closeup selfie of Jenny Spencer on a winter hike
Jenny Spencer

Celebrating “Local”

The Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Fun alert!

People from all walks of life have joined the Tug Hill 10 Challenge. That means they’ve documented their trips in our region while exploring the diverse landscapes and wildlife habitats in Tug Hill—working towards a goal of exploring 10 places from the recently updated Tug Hill Recreation Guide.

patch or decalThe fun continues through the winter months.

As a participant in the Challenge you can include walking, biking, snowshoeing and x-country skiing. Document (with photos) or just list the ten trails you visit that are featured in the Tug Hill Recreation Guide. You can find ideas of where to go on our website, too.

To complete the Challenge fill out our Challenge form When we receive your information, we’ll send you a Challenge Patch or Decal (your choice) to congratulate you on meeting the achievement.

We’d love to feature you on our Facebook and Instagram pages so email or Facebook Message us your nature shots, photos of you out on your adventure, and fun times on the trails with your friends, family members, or pets.

That’s what Jenny Spencer did, when she shared, “This challenge was so much fun! I’ve loved reconnecting with the natural beauty of the region.”

Robert Williams III explored ten fabulous places in Tug Hill and received the Tug Hill 10 Challenge patch in recognition of his efforts. “This challenge has sent me to a new area that has family friendly adventures for all seasons and abilities. Although the challenge calls for ten visits, we plan on visiting all the areas of the Tug Hill Challenge region. From x-country skiing to fall hiking, it is a great area to visit.”

We can’t wait to see what places you explore in the coming months!